Clarisa: Film Screening & Panel Discussion
In 2016, the Bronx was ranked “the county in New York with the worst health outcomes” or 62nd of all 62 counties in NY in terms of health. This documentary tells the story of Clarisa Alayeto, a community activist from the Mott Haven section of the Bronx who — inspired by her Grandmother — sets out on a mission to break that cycle.
Join Columbia University’s Department of Psychiatry and the Zuckerman Institute for a screening of Clarisa, featuring the story of Clarisa Alayeto and her health journey and community activism. Immediately following the film, we will have a panel discussion moderated by Chandler Phillips.
This event is free and open to the public. Register now to guarantee entrance.